Can go toe to toe with anything Ambient that Brian Eno ever did. incredibly powerful mood.
One of the OGs of the style. Still incredible even all these years later.
Inject this shit directly into my veins
Jarre is one of the godfathers of electronic music, and this early album is one of his best. Its best known part is certainly Oxygène 4, but one really should listen to this album as a whole, not for individual tracks. Jarre is weaving a tapestry of ever-repeating patterns and introduces gradual over time, so it never gets boring. A classic masterpiece of electronic music. 5/5
Yet another seminal electronic album, this time from the 70s. Six parts, all sublime. Utterly good stuff. Favorite is Oxygene, Pt. 5.
Let's all put on clothing made of foil and zoom around on our hoverboards
When I saw that all songs were called Oxygène, I knew it would be shit...
Absolutely wonderful, a rich futuristic cityscape of an album. Definitely going to revisit.
New space music for coding, blessed
This was a real gem, never heard of this cat before and had no idea how big he was. Some really interesting beats and sounds.
Really liked this surprisingly. I'm guessing pretty revolutionary for its' time? Listened with headphones so that made it a beautiful sci-fi soundscape journey.
The inspiration for countless infomercial and documentary soundtracks. Despite a bit too much theremin vibrato and vaguely muddy mixing, this album is simultaneously the sound of the past and the sound of the future.
I kept waiting for this album to begin and then it was over. C
Doctor Who backing music made by some dude in his kitchen. No thanks.
Großartig! Atmosphärisch! Spacig! Spannend! Wem ist die Stelle mit dem Mass Effect Vibe aufgefallen? Gleich nochmal hören! Bzw. weiterhören mit Oxygène 2 & 3. Vor seinem Sylvesterkonzert hab ich lang nichts mehr von ihm gehört, aber ich war erfreut, dass er noch aktiv ist. Als Mitbegründer von Electronic mischt er sich heutzutage nahtlos zwischen seine Kollegen.
pioneer of electronic music, really good listen while working. I knew of him but I'll definitely listen to more
Really loved this electronic album. Great vibe and great for a background while doing almost anything. A genre defining and birthing album.
Awsome ambient electro album
a cosmic journey
I'm not sure how I have never heard this album. I also can't believe it is over 50 years old! This is an amazing electronic album that takes the listener on a journey.
Outstanding. And given when this came out, way ahead of its time!
genialer Synthie Elektro Pop
great working music.
A cracking album!!
awesome album, beginning to end 10/10 based af honestly can’t decide what my favorite song is
I liked this album. Listened to some of his work for the rest of the day, and this was probably the best.
It was a nice breath of fresh air (pun intended)
Incredibly cool, it felt like I was on a musical journey. Particularly loved parts 2, 3 and 4. The section of 5 where you could hear the music going back and forth from ear to ear was rather fun as well
I think this album might be directly responsible for the entire sound of 80s sci-fi and some mainstream sound that's seen even today. For 1976, this shit feels way ahead of its time and it's also super enjoyable to listen to. Parts 3 and 6 are the best ones
Dramatic, cinematic.I remember watching his outdoor light spectacles on TV as a kid - Oxygene Part 4 brings back those memories. Rich textures, Spacemen 3 learnt from this. It’s very different to Kraftwerk, this is more like waves, more atmospheric. No words, this is music to make you wonder. Dreamy. I love it. Nice to hear an album without lyrics that still very much holds the attention.
Superb. The most beatiful electronica soundscapes put together as a classic symphony, with its different themes being repeated in variations and mixed up maintaing an exciting atmosphere throughout the whole album
Liked it! Bit trippy
I got Gary Numan through this project recently, and was bemoaning the lack of Vangelis on the list, so awarded him the title of "main source of synthesizer soundtracks of the future, from the past". That was shameful Jean-Michel Jarre erasure, and for that, I apologize. Oxygene is great! Exactly my jam. On the one hand, it's the scifi soundtrack to the future TV and movies have been promising me my whole life. On the other hand, it's a nostalgia machine that whisks me back to my childhood. Fave track - well, "Part IV" is the famous, nay, iconic section, but I really enjoyed the frenetic mania of "Part II" this time around. The second half of "Part V" is pretty badass, too....
Sounds of the future in an entirely accessible format. Also worth checking out Oxygene 2 and 3 albums as well!
One of the finest electronic albums and a pioneer of the genre.
Really liked this, and was not familiar at all. I didn't know this level of complexity existed in electronic music in 1976. Very very cool. 5/5
spacey, vangelis like.
Love this. Probably prefer Zoolook a little more.
Very good instrumental music. Part 4 is the best by far thought.
Such a cool album! Didn't know this kind of music was around in the 70s. Clearly a hugely influential artist!
Wonderful instrumental music. Synth-heavy with a retro-futuristic vibe
1976, instrumental, Electronica, New Age, Ambient, Pop, oxygène pt. 1-6, Übergänge 10/10, 5 ist trippy, nice, ganzes Album trippy, könnte Soundtrack für einen ruhigen science-fiction Film sein (2001-mäßig), seichte 4
Agradable como fondo musical. Vanguardista y lleno de matices.
estilo mike oldiedl la 4 la mejor
Great record, still got the vinyl somewhere.
I really liked this album
Space Elevator music
Great sound, impossible not to get sucked in. It's funny listening to the laser and bomb-drop whistle sound effects now but I think they date it without making it too cheesy. Definitely makes me wanna dust off the old Casio. Made great use of stereo sound too, if a little overplayed. You can hear where so many artists like daft punk, Robert Miles and Ross Gellar got their inspiration.
Can absolutely see how this paved the way for a lot modern day electronics. Despite and impending sense of dread, this album is quite impressed. Ambient, atmospheric and exceptionally modern for its age.
beep boop noises
great atmosphere, progressive futuristic spacey mood with seamless transitions between songs to make one cohesive experience. Didn't completely blow me away (most likely because i've already listened to so much modern electronic music) but it's easy to get sucked into the world of this album and it's creation is truly impressive. 3.5-4/5
Great chill or work music
2001: A Space Odyssey
Music to overdose to.
Unieke sound die veel moderne muziek heeft beïnvloed. Met wat inlevingsvermogen kun je je in een andere wereld wanen. Leuk album, maar net niet het maximum van de score
Another one I know is classic, but have never knowingly listened to. I think there is one track I know, but I'll have to wait and see. A minute in, and this could go Kraftwerk, or could be terrible. Love me some fake singing saw though! At 4:30 on part one it feels a lot like Wendy Carlos' sublime music from A Clockwork Orange. Oxygene 2 has a little more life to it, though it carried on so much I did stop listening in parts - probably more my barbaric ears than a failure of composition. Oxygene 3 opens quite dramatically. But doesn't go anywhere especially, though it is only short. Oxygene 4 is the one I know! When I was growing up in the 80s I think it was the standard piece of music you'd use to immediately signify THE FUTURE. I still like it! Oxygene 5 appears to be like an overture, revisiting the record so far, which was... Okay I suppose? And 6 was pretty dull. All in all, a pleasant surprise. Lots to like here, and an impressive achievement in 1976. Will I revisit it as much as I do Kraftwerk? No, but it was pretty good nonetheless.
Pretty techno-y, dug the vibe. Solid listen. 4.5
In its time this would have been ground-breaking and a clear 5 for being utterly new and different. Out of context in the modern day when a child with a bit of software could do this, it's slightly less impressive and I find myself rating it purely on composition and production. Still a great listen from time to time when you need ambient electronic tunes without lyrics whilst working. Pt4 is my favourite, though that might be a British thing having grown up hearing it in every seaside arcade for my entire life. I'll definitely continue to listen to this in future.
// Favs: Pt. 2 / Pt. 3 / Pt.5 Score: Light to Decent 4
My favorite purely electronic album has a beautiful sense of melody that modern bands like Aphex Twin lack as do contemporaries like Tangerine Dream. Smoke a joint, turn the lights low and be transported to wherever you let the music take you. 4.5 🌟
Oxygene 4 literally
For what it is, this is really good. Better than Kraftwerk. Reminded me of Plantasia. The first song was a bit slow, but after that it never relented. Great album.
Perhaps a bit dated compared to today's standards, but it's certainly ahead of it's time. I would have never guessed this album was 45+ years old. This is essentially just one long song (or two, really) separated into 6 tracks. It feels very much like a sci-fi movie soundtrack, which I like. An undoubtedly influential piece of music. I'll be revisiting this one!
I didn't really need to listen to this seminal electronic album from the 70s because I think I've already listened to it a thousand times over the past 45 years. But it never gets old for me so it was a nice refresher over breakfast. Some of the early moog effects such as the laser beam pew pew and ocean sounds are cringe-worthy today, but back in the day this was a really groundbreaking futuristic sound. Along with his peers such as Mike Oldfield and Tangerine Dream, Jarre was on the forefront of electronic music and would go on to influence numerous other electronic bands and what you kids know as EDM. Jarre's sound evolved over the next few albums and his best work was yet to come with Equinoxe, Zoolook and the Concert in China but the ground-breaking influence of this album cannot be denied.
It’s hard for me to evaluate this without thinking about what I was listening to in 1976: Genesis? Steeley Dan? Punk hadn’t hit Sudbury yet. The more beat oriented tracks on this LP wouldn’t have sounded out of place in the 90s. As they say, it was an influential release. I’ll add a point for that reason, but I like it because songs/hooks are catchy.
Gets my vote for "pretty cool". A smidge dated in spots, but it made my night flight to Nashville a bit more entertaining and, in spots, spooky. Held my attention while not being the center. Really enjoyed this one. Favorite tracks: "Pt. 1", "Pt. 2"
Vraiment un nice album. En lisant sur l'artiste j'ai appris qu'il est un pionier de l'electro et on voit clairement pourquoi. Définitivement à revisiter.
This has way more similarity to both Jeff Wayne's War of The Worlds and Wendy Carlos' Clockwork Orange soundtrack than I remembered. The influences of both are clear, and while there is vast amounts of this album that is theramin and plinky-plonk heavy, it is clear that there's a lot of visionary stuff in it. I'd be genuinely interested in finding out if Jarre had any contact with the BBC radiophonic workshop or Carlos, as it really sounds like there's been a lot of cross-pollination.
Incredible ambient piece from an artist I've never heard of before.
This album, for not being made for a soundtrack, was incredibly soundtrack-like for the first few songs. I enjoyed the 5th track the most as it reminded me of a lot of songs that have come out in the past decade
Jag likt hej vad uppe hallå!
It's pretty good
The future is here! Definitely flew its own lane, and stuck to it. Track 4 I had surprisingly heard before, and therefore, the human mind being what it is, was my favourite. 4* as I will listen again when doing stuff that I want to feel futuristic whilst doing.
Música electrónica ambiental. Está bien para trabajar con ella. Un 4.
Really nice electronic album. Was it a bunch of analog synths? Sounded like an 80s movie soundtrack.
Impossible not to imagine a video game loading screen while listening to this. Dude, they should put the "Minecraft: Volume Alpha Soundtrack" in the next edition of this book. Think about it. Video game music is still music and the Minecraft OST is better than like 80% of the music on this list anyways. Did you know that the Minecraft soundtrack takes some inspiration from Jean-Michel Jarre? Me neither, but apparently it does. Listen to the Minecraft soundtrack if you haven't yet, you won't regret it. It's genuinely beautiful. Oh yeah. This album. It's surprisingly really good. Maybe the songs go on for a bit too long. I recognize "Oxygène, Pt. 4" from Limmy's Show.
Oxygène Pt 2 i Pt 4 són dos dels millors temes de la protoelectrònica, i el segon d'ells podria entrar en un Top del millor que va donar la música popular als '70. El disc en sí és el pic de creativitat de Jarre i obté un lloc merescut a la llista de discos que s'han d'escoltar abans de morir.
I can respect the pioneering work in electronic music with this album. I give it 4 stars for this reason.
Gah, this rules. Best Carl Sagan-core album I’ve ever heard? Maybe. 4
Ooh, spacey, I like it. A trippy, elegant, slightly eerie electronic odyssey. It makes me want to go star gazing. Fave Songs: Oxygène (Part II), Oxygène (Part IV), Oxygène (Part VI)
Dawno nie bylo czegos zupelnie instrumentalnego, wiec jest Oxygene pana Jeana Michela Jarre, jest to jego trzeci studyjny krazek i pierwszy album ktory sprzedal sie mainstreamowo, a gatunkowo jest to elektronika tworzona na analogowych syntezatorach plus jednym digitalowym, bo jest to plyta z 76, wiec wydaje sie byc jednym z pionierow takiego sposobu tworzenia muzyki, opartej wylacznie na syntezatorach i efektach ktore oferuja, bo obok dzwiekow przypominajacych klasyczne instrumenty pojawiaja sie takze wariacie, ktore lubie okreslac jako kosmiczne echa i tym podobne szumy, trzaski i piski, dlatego tez obok ambientu nasuwa sie skojarzenie z kosmiczna muzyka jak u kraftwerkowcow, ale tutaj panuje bardziej kosmiczny ambient, calosc jest spojna i przyjemna w odsluchu, prawie 40 minut materialu jest podzielone na szesc trakow, ktore sa wylacznie zatytulowane nazwa albumu i partem, bo rownie dobrze moglaby to byc jedna calosc, bo podczas odsluchu traki dosc plynnie przechodza w kolejne, dawno nie bylo instrumentali i rownie dawno nie czulem czegos tak neutralnie naturalnego w odsluchu, a chociaz za elektronika nie przepadam jestem oczarowany ta plyta, bo bije z niej taki spokoj, doslownie czilera utopia i gdy zamkne oczy prawie czuje sie jakbym znowu lezal pod gwiezdzistym niebem na mokrej juz trawie nie myslac o tym co bedzie trzeba robic jutro, wiec jestem kupiony tym albumem, nie dodaje poszczegolnych trakow na plejke, bo z elektronicznej i tak rzadko kiedy slucham, ale caly album leci do biblioteczki spotifajowej, jak tak pomysle to calkiem sporo francuzkiej elektroniki mi podchodzi, patrzac nie tylko przez pryzmat listy, ale bardziej ogolnie, przypadek, nie sadze
Another repeat. 2 days in a row. Brilliant. But not Kraftwerk brilliant.
It reminds me of a soundtrack to a space video game. Soothing to listen to and the sounds were very rich. Not really the type of music I like listening to but I enjoyed the experience.
It's electronica with a melody, which is a minor miracle. I almost gave it a higher score because it exceeded my expectations by not completely sucking. You can tell it's from the 70s because of the lasers and other space noises. Best track: Oxygène IV
Cool sounding album. The sound effects were probably before its time. I feel like movies have used these songs in there sound track.
Blim. Blim blam.
Reminds me very much of Vangelis' music. Had to listen to "Fields of Coral" by Vangelis in the middle of this. I think since its release, there have been better version of synth instrumental albums that I've discovered before this so it's going to be an unremarkable album in my opinion.
It's not the most remarkable album until you consider that it's early electronic music from the 70s when it was hard to do a bunch of that stuff. Latter tracks in the album were better. Interesting how many modern electronic musicians still come back to those great early synth sounds.
I feel like I might derive more from this with repeated listening a and closer attention but as it went it stayed pretty well background, pleasant enough but making faint impression.
This was fascinating and I can see how it lead to modern day electronic music.
Måste ha varit en banbrytande skiva när den kom. Jag tycker man tydligt hör att "War of the worlds" av Jeff Wayne som kom två år senare har "lånat" väldigt mkt från framför allt Oxygene, Pt.2. Bästa spåren, Oxygene, Part 2, Part 4 & Part 6
Very atmospheric, predictably. A pleasant listen. Super influential, from what I've read.
Great synth/ambient/space tunes. Fimilar with him but not this album.
3.3 - Probably a good example of early instrumental ambient scifi synth. Some solid and timeless sounds - probably impressive for 1976 but nothing special in 2021.
Basically 40 mins of the Hartbeat gallery music, which isn't an entirely bad thing. Oxygene Pt. 4 is the 'magician on TV doing something mystical or a spy being spooky' music. Exactly what I imagined a JMJ album would be.
Without this album there probably wouldn't have been the stone-cold-classic "Bing Bong" by SFA
Entrancing. I wonder how much this type of music is created for direct listening or background listening
De origine van elektronische muziek. Niet zo verkeerd. Goed om geluisterd te hebben
I enjoyed this. Decent piece of music.
I typically don't love electronic music, but I think that's more on the EDM side - this reminded me a lot of Brian Eno, which I liked a good bit. Cool sci-fi vibes and good studying/working music
Really enjoyed and hard to believe it’s almost 50 years old. Would def revisit
It's not something that I'd ever listen to again but I still kind of enjoyed it as an imaginary sci-fi soundtrack. Best track: Oxygène (Part V)
Evocative synth instrumentals in the vein of Vangelis. I enjoyed.
I feel like I’d enjoy whatever non-existent sci-fi movie this album would soundtrack more than the actual album, but it’s pretty aight.
An intriguing journey into historical electronica. Chill grooves
Perfectly fine ambient music. Added to my study playlist
Whilst admirable for its innovation, it feels a little like a museum piece now. A bit dusty.
It was cool, but I don't really care for it. It's not something I'm going to come back to, but it's pretty cool to hear early electronic music. Highlights: 2, and 4.
It's very vibey. I think the album is a lot like laying in the middle of the ocean; it's peaceful and serene, but there's a sense of uncertainty and anxiety underneath. As for listening through it, it was alright, but the longer songs tend to drag on a bit. Favorite track: Part 4
Well as in "they walked so the predecesors could fly" I understand the inclusion of this album on the list. the best in electronic music was yet to come in 77.
Cool for an electronic album made in the '70s, just not really my thing.
Part BBC Radiophonic Workshop/Doctor Who/sci-fi soundtrack, part Kraftwerk, part prog, part Pink Floyd’s ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’ and part Patrick Cowley/disco. Sure, parts of ‘Oxygene’ are a bit derivative, but equally, other parts are startlingly iconic and original. It sounds simultaneously dated and futuristic, but that’s part of its overall charm.
Sadly didn’t get to hear it all. It was new and different at the time and good to hear again. ***
Ethereal synthesizer for over an hour
futuristic for its time but a bit too ambient and somewhat lacking drive
This is not the type of album I usually like, but it kept me well entertained the whole time. I like the overall vibe
Boy, this album keeps going, doesn't it. I'm ordinarily a fan of early MOOG synthesizer stuff like this, but this album is so slow, it's hard to do anything with it but put in on in the background and ignore it. It works fine for that purpose, but it contrasts pretty sharply with, for instance, Plantasia by Mort Garson, which was released the same year and felt like it had much more of a concept to it. I can see why this album is highly regarded in the history of electronic music, but I don't think it holds up without its historical context 3/5
Not my kind of thing, but can hear its influence in loads of stuff. Instrumentals with only electronic sounds get very repetitive very fast.
I imagine this electronics being influential and big at the time, but it was fine background music
Interesting, I would not have paid for it.
I listened to less than 10 min of this at home and it wasn't doing much for me but I had to drive to Ajax tonight so I tried again in the car. I used the YouTube link which I later learned was a remastered extended version. Something about the car stereo and being in an enclosed space made it quite enjoyable. This music is made for headphones. The only parallels I can draw are that some of the extended mix sounded like laser fire on that ancient video game called Galaxia and the last half of Pt 5 sounds like the music played on 1970s porn. What's not to like?
its good but not great, it sounds ahead of its time but dated nowadays
Pretty smooth and relaxing. Really enjoyed!
Pretty awesome soundscapes. Definitely someone I imagine Daft Punk would be inspired by. Interesting to think about how he did this with the limited technology of the time. Each part flowed into the next smoothly!
Not the kind of music I usually listen to but I liked it. Interesting and captivating sounds. 3.5/5
Better than I would’ve thought
Nice, this is like the French answer to Mike Oldfield.
Kind of trippy electronica that I liked but probably don't need to hear too often. Nice to discover though!
Abgespaced im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes. Filmmusik, Star Wars Laser, Clockwork Orange. Man hört dass jemand mal einfach fett das potenzial von Synthies ausreizen wollte :-) Vangelis lässt grüßen
Interessant, insgesamt besser als erwartet. Hatte das Gefühl dass dabei die Hausarbeit besonders episch war 😅
Love the soothing feel of JMJ. Have not listened to this one for years and years. Brings back great memories. I prefer the group "tangerine dream" which has a similar sound.
De va swag!
Bien. Conocía Oxygene, Pt. 4. Soy más de Mike Olfield. Aunque, en general, está bien el músico éste.
Makes me think of background music for a movie about space
Extremely soundtracky… nice to have on in the background, but nothing I’d ever buy!
3/5. Classic early electronica.
Boring for me.
I hated this stuff in my youth. These days it's tolerable but I never reach for it.
Wasn't quite what I was expecting. Not bad, but not what I was expecting.
I was going to say, this sounds like the Gallipoli soundtrack. Oxygene Pt 2 IS on the Gallipoli soundtrack. I have heard this song about 200 times and never knew who it was.
Well that was some crystal-gripping gear. My kids felt like they were in space. I enjoyed the review "when I saw every track was call oxygen I knew it would be shit"
Still not really my thing, and it probably never will be, but I can appreciate it as quality regardless. I’d just personally never choose to listen to it. C
Decent background music
I respect the technical skill required to create this album, but just not my taste at all. Clearly the creator has talent, but the music did nothing for me, personally. Well orchestrated and arranged, but not to my personal musical tastes.
1976: Oxygene, Pt. 2, Oxygene, Pt. 4
You know, the seventies, synthesizers, blah blah blah.
Oxygene part 4 är väl mest välkänd och bäst. Rätt flummig skiva annars. Förstår att den var en revolution 1976 men är kanske inte lika enastående år 2021.
Eilen illalla sohvalla rauhassa kuunnellessa tämä kuulosti jopa erittäin miellyttävältä. Tänään työn ohessa ei sitten jaksakaan enää yhtään. Lopulta mielipide kääntyy varovaisen negatiiviseksi. Genren edelläkävijänä varmasti tärkeä levy, mutta vähän väljähtäneeltä kuulostaa nykyajan elektroniseen musiikkiin verrattuna.
ok for its time, i guess
actual Pure Moods
Meh. Better than expected for mood music.
not my style
Eille fuck you Jean Michel Marde... Fucking space spa music
my ears... poor ears...
Varmasti ollut uusinta uutta aikanaan ja eihän tuo mitenkään huonosti ole ikääntynyt, mutta ei ihan minun kuppini teetä. Ei häirinnyt, mutta en oikein voi väittää tykänneenikään kovin paljoa. Se oli ylläri, että levyltä löytyi popcornia, piti oikein googlata että onko se alunperin Jarren, mutta olikin vielä vanhempi styge. pt.6 4:55 kohdasta löysin yhtäläisyyttä myös Aavikon Torpedo Boysiin (~1:30 ->)
Nicely put together but never held my interest
Ich mochte vor allem die ausgefallen und abwechslungsreichen Songtitel. Eigentlich aber auch nur das, die Musik klingt, wie Wahlgesänge auf LSD
Difficult to rate on a single listen.
An interesting project. Just synth and drums. It feels like listening to a spacey David Attenburough documentary. I probably won't register, but it's a fun project. Fav track: Oxygen 4
Definately like if i was being abducted by an alien play this please
50's sci fi sounds Alright, not bad or great Wouldn't listen for fun
It’s alright and I hear how influential this is but I’m not just going to sit around listening to space vibe music.
With only a couple good songs, it’s clear that this album is most notable for its production and sound rather than composition. Influential yet it meanders aimlessly for most of its run time
Ok for background music
Ok. Didn’t do anything for me.
Not really my thing. Although it wasn't unpleasant enough for one star.
I could hear this being a soundtrack for a sci-fi video game or something. Probably wouldn’t listen on my own though.
Pew Pew Pew...
I wasn't looking forward to this but it isn't as cheesy as I expected. Probably amazing in it's day but now heard loads of the tracks on tv and ads etc
pt.4 pelasti ykköseltä....
Kinda fine. Perhaps more ground breaking at the time of its release?
Fine, probably a lot more ground breaking in 76
So. I did not like this. Just forty minutes of instrumental synth music. Maybe it'd be good in a video game, but on its own? No thanks, I'll pass.
Electronic music decent for background
bit too boring for me
strumentalona senza gran senso
Might as well have come out in the 80s for how dated, excessive, and cloying it is. A lack of any melodic throughline means this is ambient music listening at best.
Fancy hold music
It sounds like someone has left a synth plugged in and left the room. Best Tracks: Oxygene Part 2; Oxygene Part 4; Oxygene Part 6
Honestly, how much fucking French electronica does this list need to have?!?! I can’t stand it. It’s just so asinine. Point added for this album art though, because it is really cool. I just cannot stand this music and I’ve had my fill of this niche genre already, thanks.
meh... nothing good for me
Don’t like techno
Can I give something zero stars? No, I'm just kidding, it wasn't that bad. It felt like Ross made an entire album with his soundscapes. Not my style, but to each his own.
I'm not even going to pretend that this album was any good. Pure pretentious muck, would not waste another 40 minutes of my life listening to it that's for sure. Electronic music that you would probably need to be on acid to appreciate.
Had a hard time getting into this. Kind of felt like a never ending introduction. I enjoy synths as much as the next person but. Wasn't quite clicking for me. Favorite track: Oxygen pt 4
Super tedious advert level wanky nonsense.
j'ai juste écouté celle qui avait 20 M d'écoutes sur Spotify.. j'ai même pas envie d'écouter les autres. Pas pour moi
Not for me
Nope. Not for me. I can see how this is influential on lots of artists and genres, but I personally need a little more structure and prefer lyrics.
Justjoo, ei pysty antaa yhtä enempää. Olkoot vaikka kuinka edistyksellinen levy, mut ei pysty arvostaa tällasella listalla
all the same ?
Didn't like it.
Boah keine Ahnung. Irgendwie hab ich auf so sphärische Zeugs so gar keinen Bock ghabt...
star trek? stranger things soundtrack? sheldon cooper auf dem theremin? wie auch immer, nix für mich einfach so zum hören
It could have been interesting instrumental music. But there was not enough that changed. Not a fan.
was this music?
I can respect the inspiration this album had and how groundbreaking this album may have been for its time, but definitely not for me. Sounds like a killer video game soundtrack maybe? I LOVE the album art though, would make a cool tattoo.
1/5 not at all